Book Reviews

Book Review: Tethered Souls

Title: Tethered Souls

Author: Beth Flynn

Rating: 5 + stars

 

Beth Flynn always seems to blow me away with her stories and her writing. I have read everything Beth has written and loved it all. This book was amazing and I could go on about how much I loved it. I was so excited reading this book that I had to read it in one day. For me I would recommend reading the Nine Minutes trilogy and The Iron Tiara before reading Tethered Souls, as it gives many spoilers and there is so much history and background of all these characters that is enhances your reading of this story.

 

I loved Grizz and Kit’s trilogy and Christy and Bear’s book, so what better than a book about their kids. Ever since the epilogue in A Gift of Time I have wanted Mimi and Christian’s story. And this is where their story starts when they ‘meet’ again after five years.

 

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Favourite Books for 2017

 

I read around a total of 235 books this year! This is a lot less than last year but still a lot by most standards.  The books are in lose order but as I found it too difficult to rate them all. My favourite and biggest series I read this year was Outlander by Diana Gabaldon. All eight books should be shown but by showing the first book, I really mean the whole series.

 

Most of the books I read now are by my favourite and well established authors or authors I know well. However there have been some debut authors this year that have made my list. These authors are Davney Perry and Noel Branham. Both are amazing authors and have been a go to. Especially Perry as her Jamison Valley series has quickly become a favourite of the year.

 

Many of favourites have been continuations of my favourite series. This includes Ella Franks Temptation series, I’m sad to say goodbye to Tate and Logan but it has been an amazing journey. I also liked the Devil’s Wolves series by Carian Cole and the newest book by Beth Flynn was much anticipated. Aly Martinez always writes amazing and very emotional duets and Katy Regnery is great at retelling fairytales (so is Linda Kage). Emma Scott made me cry with all her books and so did Mia Sheridan.

 

I am working on reading all the books published by my favourite authors and this goal will continue into 2018. I read all of Brittainy C. Cherry’s books this year and of course they were all amazing.

 

Because choosing just 50 books was really hard, I also have 10 runners up that were also amazing reads. Overall 2017 has been an amazing year for books and I’m sure 2018 will be no different.

 

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Favourite Books Read in July

 

So many good books this month!

 

Drums of Autumn 

A continuation of Outlander. Jamie and Claire are making their home in North Carolina, meanwhile Brianna and Roger discover some news that force them to make a decision.

 

And Then There Were None

A great murder mystery/psychological thriller where ten people are invited to a remote island for a party and are murdered one by one.

 

The Iron Tiara

A spin-off of the Nine Minutes trilogy that focuses on Bear and Christy and how some bad circumstances turns into an epic love.

 

The Darkest Sunrise

The first part of an amazing duet.

 

The Brightest Sunset

The second part of a duet about two people who have experienced tragedy in their past that is unexpectedly connected.

 

The Rise of Miss Notley

A sweet, funny and delightful historical romance.

 

A Little Bit Like Love

Lucas and Jackson are given a second chance at romance after they were forced apart many years earlier.

 

Salvaged

A wonderful story about two beautiful coming together overcome past and current struggles.

 

Beautiful Mistake

A professor and teach aide share an attraction but find their pasts are intertwined.